There's Cake in My Future - Kim Gruenenfelder Reviews
Description:ISBN 0312614594 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Kim Gruenenfelder / Edition: Original / Paperback / 368 Pages / Book is published 2010-12-21 ... more
Newest Review: ... her job wants the shovel which will hopefully bring her luck in getting a job! Somehow the cake has moved and so isn't 'in ... more
Customer There's Cake in My Future - Kim Gruenenfelder Reviews (1)
by - written on 22/02/12 (Very useful, 38 readings)
~ * PLEASE NOTE - THIS BOOK WAS CALLED 'THERE'S CAKE IN MY FUTURE' IN AMERICA AND 'WEDDING FEVER' IN UNITED KINGDOM EVEN THOUGH IT'S THE SAME BOOK * ~ I have just finished reading a really good book!! The book in question is called Wedding Fever and is by American Author Kim Gruenenfelder. The book was released in 2011 and so is very recent. The book comes under the chick-lit genre. You can buy your copy from Amazon for a price of £5.31 which I do think is a bit expensive, considering that I got my copy for just £1.99 from The Works. ~ * The Plot * ~ Nicole is getting married; however her friends are feeling a bit fed up, and so she ... Read the complete review
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